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Elvey MacDonald Papers

  • GB 0210 ELVALD
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1997

Papers of Elvey MacDonald, Patagonia, 1985-1997, mainly relating to the establishment of the Welsh radio programme Radio Ceredigion, Cardiganshire, 1985-1997; they include papers relating to various committees, 1985-1995, correspondence, 1985-1996; newspaper cuttings, 1985-1993.

MacDonald, Elvey, 1941-

Sam Adams Papers

  • GB 0210 SAMAMS
  • Fonds
  • 1931-2005 (accumulated 1967-2005)

Letters to Sam Adams from prominent literary figures, including material submitted to him by them for publication, and some related correspondence between other parties, together with files on Geraint Goodwin and Alun Lewis.

Adams, Sam, 1934-

Aberpergwm estate records

  • Fonds
  • 1258-1972

Deeds of the Aberpergwm estate in Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Breconshire, and Carmarthenshire, 1258-1919; rentals and general account books of the estate (including some colliery accounts), 1791-1870, account books and balance sheets of the Aberpergwm colleries, 1794-1972; documents relating to Treferig Valley railway, 1874-1884; and personal papers, including letters to the Williams family of Aberpergwm and the associated families of Smith of Castellau, Llantrisant, Lloyd of Castellau and Aberpergwm and the Bush family of Burcot, Oxfordshire, 1760-1909; Castellau estate papers, 1867-1879; and papers, mainly 18th century, relating to the claims of inhabitants in the Forest of Dean.

Williams family, of Aberpergwm

Berta Ruck archive

  • GB 0210 BERTRUCK
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1890]-[1974x1978]

Papers, [c. 1890]-[1974x1978], of Berta Ruck, including notebooks containing journal entries, ideas for fiction, newspaper cuttings and ephemera, 1906-1973; literary and autobiographical manuscripts, typescripts and photocopies, [1950x1955]-[1974x1978]; letters, [c. 1890]-[1972]; poetry, [1920s]-[1930s]; and sketches, [1900x1920].

Ruck, Berta, 1878-1978

Dyer family manuscripts and papers

  • GB 0210 MSDYER
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1722]-1948

Papers, [c. 1722]-1948, of, or relating to, poet and artist John Dyer and his family, brought together by W. H. D Longstaffe, including notebooks, [c. 1722]-1756, of John Dyer; transcripts, [1847x1855], of his poems; a manuscript compiled by his nephew William Charles Dyer, 1761-1763; copies, [19 cent., second ¼]-1854, of letters addressed to his nieces; genealogical notes, 1756-1948, by W. H. D. Longstaffe and others relating to the Dyer family; and a collection of engravings, dated 1736-1841.

Longstaffe, W. Hylton (William Hylton)

G. T. Clark Manuscripts,

  • Fonds
  • [17 cent.]-[20 cent.]

The G. T. Clark Manuscripts are mainly the genealogical, archaeological, and historical papers of George Thomas Clark (1809-1898). -- At the end of the group (NLW MS 5231-5234) is a portion of the 'collectanea', relating to the history of Glamorgan, of William Davies, Cringell, near Neath.

Clark, George Thomas, 1809-1898

Papurau Ap Nathan

  • GB 0210 APNATHAN
  • Fonds
  • 1868-1959 (crynhowyd [c. 1905]-1959)

Papurau'r Parch James Ednyfed Rhys (Ap Nathan), a phapurau'r unigolion canlynol a ddaeth i'w feddiant: y Parch. Evan Rees (Dyfed), Jonathan Rees (Nathan Wyn), David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg) a Thomas Jones, Trealaw. Mae papurau Ap Nathan, 1901-1959, yn cynnwys cerddi a chaneuon, ysgrifau a chyfieithiadau; papurau Dyfed, 1869-1923, yn cynnwys llythyrau, nifer ohonynt o bwysigion llenyddiaeth Cymru, 1878-1923, dyddiaduron a llyfrau poced, 1873-1896, beirniadaethau eisteddfodau, 1887-1907, nodiadau darlithoedd a phregethau, a barddoniaeth, 1869-1899; papurau Nathan Wyn, 1874-1905, yn cynnwys llythyrau, 1874-1905, cerddi ac ysgrifau, 1883-1901, torion o'r wasg ar bynciau llenyddol, 1868-1900; papurau Thomas Thomas, 1900-[c. 1935], yn cynnwys llawysgrifau ar lên gwerin ac arferion, hanes Morgannwg, 1921-1933, y Wenhwyseg, enwau lleoedd Morgannwg, [c. 1893]-1931, a thorion o'r wasg, 1900-1911; a phapurau Dafydd Morganwg, yn cynnwys ei hunangofiant. = Papers of the Rev. James Ednyfed Rhys (Ap Nathan), and papers of the following acquired by him: the Rev. Evan Rees (Dyfed), Jonathan Rees (Nathan Wyn), David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg), a poet and historian from Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, and Thomas Jones, antiquary and headmaster of Trealaw school in Rhondda, Glamorgan, whose interests included local history and folklore. The papers of Ap Nathan, 1901-1959, include poems and songs, essays and translations; the papers of Dyfed, 1869-1923, include letters, many from important Welsh literary figures, 1878-1923, diaries and pocket books, 1873-1896, eisteddfod adjudications, 1887-1907, lecture notes and sermons, and poetry, 1869-1899; the papers of Nathan Wyn, 1874-1905, include letters, 1874-1905, poetry and essays, 1883-1901, newspaper cuttings of literary material, 1868-1900; the papers of Thomas Jones, 1900-[c. 1935], include manuscripts on folklore and customs, Glamorgan history, 1921-1933, the Gwentian dialect, Glamorgan place names, [c. 1893]-1931, and newspaper cuttings, 1900-1911; and the papers of Dafydd Morganwg, historian and poet, including his autobiography.

Ap Nathan, 1876-1960

Hensol estate records

  • GB 0210 HENSOL
  • Fonds
  • 1429-1789

The archive consists almost entirely of title deeds of the Hensol estate, 1419-1789, almost all in Glamorgan.

Talbot family, Earls Talbot

Sir John Herbert Lewis papers

  • GB 0210 HERBLEW
  • Fonds
  • 1442-1933

The collection comprises correspondence, including general correspondence to Sir J. Herbert Lewis, 1886-1933, drafts and copies of correspondence from Sir J. Herbert Lewis, 1887-1933, letters from Sir J. Herbert Lewis to Adelaide, his first wife, 1891-1893, letters from Sir J. Herbert Lewis to Ruth, his second wife, 1902-1933, letters from Sir J. Herbert Lewis to his daughter Kitty, 1915-1925, letters from Lady Lewis to Sir J. Herbert Lewis, 1899-1930, letters to Lady Lewis, 1901-1939, and miscellaneous correspondence, 1890-1920; diaries, 1872-1933; Liberal Party in Wales, 1889-1896; subject files (including correspondence), 1865-1933; press cuttings, 1879-1933; deeds and documents, 1442-1864; miscellaneous papers, 1750-1949; and photographs, c. 1890-1929.

Article by Ruth Lewis - 'Early Memories'; letters between Saunders Lewis and Sir Herbert Lewis and other letters; article by Kitty Idwal Jones - 'Early Memories'; article by Olwen Foreman - ''Wartime and College Memories', deposited by Mrs Olwen Foreman, February 2008.

Lewis, J. Herbert (John Herbert), Sir, 1858-1933.

Sir Daniel Lleufer Thomas papers

  • GB 0210 DANMAS
  • Fonds
  • 1599-1941 (accumulated [c. 1887]-1941)

Papers of and relating to Sir Daniel Lleufer Thomas, 1599-1941, comprising general correspondence of Sir Daniel Lleufer Thomas, 1893-1919 and 1922-1940; general correspondence of Lady Thomas, 1895-1941; American letters from descendants of relatives who emigrated, 1873-1931; letters of Welsh interest mainly concerning localities and place-names, 1892-1919; letters relating to T.E. Ellis, 1898-1935; personal letters and cards from Daniel Lleufer Thomas to his wife, 1902; political letters, 1906-1933; papers relating to Daniel Lleufer Thomas's legal career and interests, 1891-1938; subject files relating to his public offices, including his appointment to the Welsh Land Commission, 1887-1941, societies and institutions to which he belonged, 1886-1940, Llandovery School, 1880-1935, the translator and poet Richard Morris Lewis, 1866-1933, general literary and historical interests, 1889-1940, and miscellaneous subjects, 1915-1933; and personal papers which include deeds of Brynmaen, once the family home, 1599-1885, and diaries of Daniel Lleufer Thomas and Lady Thomas, 1892-1899.

Thomas, D. Lleufer (Daniel Lleufer), 1863-1940.

Geoffrey Woolley Papers

  • GB 0210 WOOLLEY
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1750]-2010

Papers of the journalist Geoffrey Woolley, including a group of letters, 1906-1915, from the poet Edward Thomas to W. H. Hudson.

Woolley, Geoffrey, 1915-2010

R. George Thomas (Edward Thomas) Research Papers

  • GB 0210 RGTHOS
  • Fonds
  • 1897-1967

Research papers of Professor R. George Thomas, mostly comprising typescript transcripts and photocopies of letters (the originals of which are held in English, American and Canadian repositories, and in private hands) from the poet Edward Thomas (1878-1917). The letters were assembled by R. George Thomas in preparation for his edition of Edward Thomas: Selected Letters (Oxford University Press, 1995), and are duplicates of copies deposited in the Edward Thomas Archive at Cardiff University.

Thomas, R. George.

Jack Haines (Edward Thomas) manuscripts

  • Fonds
  • [1903]-[1922]

Papers, [1903]-[1922], of Jack Haines relating to his friend, the writer and poet Edward Thomas, comprising manuscript and typescript poems and drafts of poems, 1914-[1916]; a book review, [1903]; and letters from Edward Thomas, 1915, and Helen Thomas, [1922].

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917

Edward and Helen Thomas manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSEDWMAS
  • Fonds
  • 1895-[?1978]

Papers, in the main diaries and correspondence, 1895-[?1978], of Edward and Helen Thomas, comprising diaries of Edward Thomas, 1895-1917; correspondence, 1896-1917, of Edward Thomas and his wife Helen; correspondence, 1895-1896, of Edward Thomas and his father-in-law James Ashcroft Noble; autograph drafts of poems, 1914-1917, by Edward Thomas, all of which were published in The Collected Poems of Edward Thomas, ed. by R. George Thomas (Oxford, 1978); the original manuscript of The Heart of England (London, 1906); an autograph prose piece, 1912, entitled 'A Castle of Cloud'; and fragments of Edward Thomas's journals, memoranda, photographs, etc., 1895-1916.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917

National Assembly for Wales Archive

  • GB 0210 NAFW
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2011

Papers of the National Assembly for Wales, including Committee Secretariat files.

Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru = National Assembly for Wales


  • GB 0210 WABLAHE
  • Fonds
  • 1982-1992

WABLAHE records, 1982-1992, including agenda, minutes and papers of the Board and Standing Working Group, 1982-2003; Committee and Wales Advisory Body, 1982-1991; financial papers and Finance Working Group agenda, minutes and papers, 1982-1988; Chairman's Study Group papers, 1984-1988; Panel on Teacher Training papers, 1982-1985; Programme Review Working Group papers, 1988-1990; and Planning Review Group papers, 1990-1992.

Wales Advisory Body for Local Authority Higher Education.

Hywel Ceri Jones Papers

  • GB 0210 HCJONS
  • Fonds
  • 1971-2022

The archive comprises speeches, papers and presentations, 1973-1999, on educational issues given by Hywel Ceri Jones, mainly while he was an official with the European Commission with responsibility for education and training. A list of speeches is included in box 1.

Jones, Hywel Ceri

Lord Rendel Papers

  • GB 0210 RENDEL
  • Fonds
  • 1819-1996

Papers of Stuart Rendel and family members, including papers relating to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and the proposal to establish the National Library of Wales and its development during the early years of its existence, 1883-1916; speeches, addresses and political papers relating to disestablishment of the church in Wales and the 1889 Intermediate Education Act, 1882-1909; press cuttings, 1881-1913; photographs, 1892; miscellaneous letters, 1878-1912; letters to Stuart Rendel, 1853-1912, including letters from A. C. Humphreys Owen, 1877-1905, family letters, 1853-1902, and letters from prominent political figures and Welsh public figures; letters and copies of letters from Rendel, 1880-1912; diaries, mainly recording details of Stuart Rendel's business activities, 1863-1869; notes of conversations with W. E. Gladstone, John Morley and H. H. Asquith, 1888-1910; papers relating to Chinese affairs and French and Chinese peace talks, 1884-1886; papers of James Meadows Rendel, including letters, 1828-1856, and papers relating to his estate, 1856-1859; letters of Catherine Jane Rendel, 1845-1855; letters and papers of George Wightwick Rendel, 1871-1902; papers relating to Rendel's other brothers, 1841-1889, and his daughters, 1882-1910; letters and papers of Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel, 1898-1959, and other papers concerning him, 1963-1977; papers, mainly letters, of the Goodhart family, 1819-1957; papers of Miss Rosemary Rendel, 1986-1996; papers of Sir George William Rendel, including: Foreign Office papers, 1917-1967, correspondence, 1912-1973, papers relating to the Catholic Union of Great Britain, 1942-1979, lectures, diaries and notes, 1915-1954, personal and family papers, 1908-1980, and material relating to the book The Sword and the Olive (1957), 1954-1986.

Rendel, Stuart Rendel, Baron, 1834-1913

Wigfair manuscripts

  • Fonds
  • [16 cent., second ½]-[1909x1925]

A collection consisting mainly of the manuscripts, correspondence and other papers, [16 cent., second ½]-[1909x1925], of the Lloyd family of Hafodunos, Denbighshire and Wigfair, Flintshire, including a considerable amount of correspondence to and from John Lloyd ('The Philosopher'), one of the most notable members of the family. The collection also includes correspondence of members of the Wynn family of Gwydir, the Clough family of Plas Clough and Hafodunos, the Holland family of Berw, the families of Carreglwyd, and the Rev. Richard Howard, Denbigh (matters relating to lead, iron and mineral resources in Flintshire); together with Hafodunos and Wigfair rentals and accounts and accounts relating to lead and copper mines in North Wales.

Lloyd family, of Hafodunos, Denbighshire and Wigfair, Flintshire

Rhiwlas Estate Records,

  • Fonds
  • [c. 1563], 1609-1937 /

Rhiwlas estate records, [c. 1563], 1609-1888, including deeds, 1609-1888; rentals, 1796-1855; legal papers, [c. 1563], [c. 1632]-1847, including papers relating to a 19th century dispute about diverting the river Meloch; family and personal papers, 1631-1937, including family trust papers relating to the estate of Thomas Jones (d. 1819), rector of Derwen, Montgomeryshire, and brother-in-law of Richard Watkin Price; non-family trust papers relating to the estate of John Lloyd of Wigfair and Hafodunos; and letters, mainly from the first half of the 19th century, mainly to Richard Watkin Price.

Price family, of Rhiwlas

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